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Household Water Damage: What Will Your Insurance Cover?

When it comes to household water damage, your insurance policy only covers so much. Click to learn what you should expect from your insurer in the event your home suffers any type of water damage.

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8 Things to Look for When Hiring Remodeling Contractors

Hiring a home remodeling contractor is a serious decision. Click to learn what you need to know to hire contractors who’ll complete your project with professionalism and quality service.

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5 Ways Winter Weather Can Damage Your Home

When you live in a frigid, snowy area like the Twin Cities, winter can wreak havoc on your home if it’s not properly prepared. From roof leaks and gutter damage to window deterioration and foundation damage, there are several household issues you need to worry about throughout the winter months.

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What Every Homeowner Must Do After a House Fire

No one wants to imagine a fire ravaging their home, but when it comes to household disasters, the best thing you can do is educate yourself on how to handle them. Since house fires tend to be more common during winter, when space heaters, furnaces, and wood stoves are in constant use, it’s important to stay vigilant always.

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Consequences of Ignoring Water Damage to Your Home

Household water damage can have a wide variety of causes. A burst pipe, cracks in your foundation, an overflowing bathtub, flooding, sewage backup, and several other disasters can all cause water to accumulate inside your home. And as that water sits, it slowly penetrates the both the structural and decorative components of the house and can cause significant damage without proper water restoration.

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Prevent Burst Pipes This Winter: 4 Valuable Tips

In the Twin Cities, frozen plumbing is far from uncommon. When temperatures dip into the single digits or below, your pipes can freeze in a matter of hours. And in a worst-case scenario, they can burst and cause extensive water damage. That’s why it’s so important to prepare your plumbing to withstand sub-freezing temperatures.

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Worried About Ice Dams This Winter? 4 Prevention Tips

The snowiest days of winter have yet to make an appearance in the Twin Cities, which means now is the perfect time to safeguard your roof against hazardous ice dams. Although these ice formations might seem relatively harmless, the fact is: they’re not. Rather, ice dams can contribute to roof damage, household water damage, siding deterioration, warped floors, broken gutters, and much more.

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Is It Safe to Live in a Home With Smoke Damage?

When your home suffers a fire, whether minor or major, you know you’ll need professional fire damage restoration as quickly as possible. But one thing many homeowners tend to overlook is smoke damage cleanup, which is also an essential step in the process of restoring a home to its pre-disaster condition.

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4 Signs Your Roof Is Poorly Insulated

If you’re like most homeowners, you rarely think about your attic. Sure, maybe you store a few boxes and seasonal decorations up there, but how often do you actually take the time to look around and assess the space? Have you ever paid attention to the condition of your attic insulation? If not, know this: Adequate attic insulation is essential for maintaining a healthy roof.

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Water Damage Restoration 101: An Overview of Water Damage Categories

Household water damage can be devastating, depending on the severity of the problem. But with the right water damage restoration team on your side, the process of restoring your home to its pre-damage condition needn’t be a stressful, frustrating experience. Curious what goes into determining the severity of household water damage? The experts at Kiser Construction have the details below.

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